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  1. Molly
    July 23, 2010 @ 9:57 pm

    Thanks for the post, the term "food allergy" is bandied around a lot and the difference between a true allergy and a sensitivity is an important one.

    I saw you mentioned Lactaid, so I thought I’d mention a new lactase supplement out on the market. The liquid form in particular has been hard to get in the U.S. lately, but a new liquid lactase supplement is out on the market.

    There’s an interesting article about gentle, natural lactose intolerance treatment options here.


  2. DFocus
    August 3, 2010 @ 3:07 am

    My observation is that there is a whole lot of gray area between a food sensitivity and a substance generating an anaphylactic reaction. My four year old has serious allergic reactions to all foods, (he is on an emlemental tube fed diet) and a large array of other common allergens. The mainstream medical community’s only advice is to measure his eosinophils once again, no treatment except avoidance is available. Outside of the mainstream we found NAET, which was able to significantly reduced his igE RAST scores. To read ore about this consider:



  3. Susan Dopart
    August 5, 2010 @ 3:17 am

    Thanks for the information – very valuable!


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